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and i want to say congratulations to park and iraq for the trail that was just built. it is a wonderful trail. there are many good and things being done by the natural areas that we are not opposed to those. you were talking about the kids in the park -- my favorite thing about going to glen canyon is the kids in the park and how much they love going to the natural areas in the park. i wish you guys would do something at mclaren because it deserves something just as much as plan canyon. the reason i'm here today is to add to what was just said. to the interest of the community process, if you look at the map and go to the web site, it's about removing trees specific to the recreation center construction everybody is in agreement with removing trees that are hazardous. i would encourage you to only approved the removal of trees that are only necessary for the recreation center. the natural areas program is still under review and report preferred plan, if you of the projects going on under the 2008 bond, it seems like it's moving forward. that's the perception of the public. we love the t
with this year, and we have requested a small contingency amount in the event that fuel prices increase iraq the year. the budget analyst has a report. the apparent decrease was the result of data being polled before the june books had fully been closed, so the updated systems show that the average monthly spend was as we projected, about $2.30 million per month, and we have discussed this update with the budget analyst and have requested that the original not to exceed amount be $107.50 million. i am happy to answer any questions. chair chu: thank you very much. to the budget analyst. >> madam chair, members of the committee, as she just stated, we were advised this morning that based on the latest invoices received that the requested authorization of the not to exceed amount is justified. we concur with mr. brown, and we recommend that you approve this resolution. we are withdrawing our recommendation to reduce the amount. chair chu: thank you very much. why do we not open this up for public comment? are there any members of the public who wish to speak? seeing none, public comment is clos
: yes. commissioner renne: that it was a private matter? chairperson hur: iraq 9 and 14. -- paragraph 9 and 14. commissioner renne: i understand that he was not denying it. the response that he gives was that the surest private family matter was in a statement given to him by his attorney. still his statement. he is not disputing that he made the statement. maybe he got bad legal advice. chairperson hur: any dissenting view towards that? i am not asking about the bad legal advice, at, just in general. -- bad legal advice comment, just in general. in my view, 9 and 14, to the extent that they are factual, some of them are not, i think that the mayor did establish that the share of made a joke about -- sheriff made a joke about the press conference -- the press coverage he was receiving at his inauguration. i personally did not think that that was a joke about domestic violence. ultimately, i do not think it matters. i do not think any of these allegations, whether proven or not, could sustain a charge of official misconduct. but a curtain -- i certainly could see if someone thought the j
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